Did you try <dtml-try> around the loop and <dtml-raise> inside of it?
Never done this myself, just a thought.

Jim


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> Sent: Wednesday, June 15, 2005 1:37 PM
> To: Asad Habib
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> Subject: Re: [Zope] Exiting a Loop
> 
> Asad Habib wrote:
> > Yes, I should not be doing this but I am using DTML not ZPT 
> and since 
> > DTML provides programming functionality and in this case 
> the ability 
> > to loop, there should be a way to exit a loop as well.
> 
> DTML is not a complete programming language; it simply provides some
> (too-) familiar structures. You may try to treat it as such, 
> and can get away with it to a certain extent, but you may run 
> into limitations.
> 
> If you treat it as a templating engine (which it is) you will 
> find it complete.
> 
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